Free Press Journal
  • It’s all online!

    As MOOCs become popular, Knowledge finds out more aboutthe learners and how they move along with the curriculum

  • The forensic files

    It is mysterious and exhilarating, and so, a satisfying career for those who opt for it. VINITA Bajari looks into the options in forensic science

  • Met Geelani, but not as Modi’s emissary: Saraf

    “This is a completely baseless report. I have been meeting Geelani for the past so many years. I have not met him in the context that has been reported.” Sanjay Saraf, LJP Leader (more…)

  • Case by case

    n Difference, author Bernadette Jiwa brings to the reader a few case studies of successful companies – their creation, strategies, products and services. It looks at the application of business aspects in various ways and different companies like small businesses, new companies or start ups, the marketing departments of larger companies and many others.

  • Gujarat model has become a political currency: Montek

    New York : Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia has said the term ‘Gujarat model’ has become a ‘political currency’ in the ongoing election campaign but he is not sure of its meaning.

  • 51st Foundation Day Celebrated by NES-SVB Group

    The 51st Foundation day of NES-SVB Group was celebrated in a grand manner at NES Olympia Auditorium, NES International School, Mulund. The celebrations began with the lighting of the lamp by Dr R Varadarajan, President , NES-SVB Group. The distinguished guests were Prof Andrew Hay, Associate Professor of Humanities and Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, O P Jindal Global University; Dr A P Jayaraman, nuclear scientist, BARC and Visiting Professor, SMU; Dr

  • On my own

    There is a certain amount independence in working as a freelancer, but there are certain problems as well. Knowledge weighs the pros cons.

  • Indian navy to hold drills with Chinese, Pak vessels

    Beijing : An Indian naval ship on Sunday arrived at the Chinese port of Qingdao to take part in rare naval exercises with vessels from China, Pakistan and other nations. INS Shivalik, an indigenously built stealth frigate has been invited by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy to take part in the event marking its 65th anniversary.

  • Memberships open at IMC’s Young Leaders Forum

    The Young Leaders’ Forum of the Indian Merchants’ Chamber (IMC) was founded in 2001 with the aim of encouraging ingenuity and vision in the new generation of professionals, industrialists and technocrats.

  • Dengue could soon be history

    In a significant discovery, researchers have identified a target for dengue fever that can help develop vaccines for the deadly disease (more…)

  • Seven bottlenecks identified on SCLR

    Mumbai : Seven bottlenecks have been identified on the Santa Cruz-Chembur Link Road (SCLR) by Jitender Gupta, a member of the Citizens Transport Committee.

  • Akhilesh Yadav throws dad’s hat in the ring

    Agra: Claiming that the Third Front will form the next government at the Centre, UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Sunday said his father and Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav  “is the fittest person to be the Prime Minister”. Addressing an election rally at Fatehabad, he said, “Netaji has a great deal of experience. He has been chief minister of the state and the defence minister of the country and is

  • Embrace daily massage to improve your health

    New York : Love massage? You now have a scientific reason to go for it now. Massage does improve vascular function in people who had not exercised, says research, suggesting that massage has benefits for people regardless of their level of physical activity, says IANS.

  • Jaitley demands raising IT slab from Rs 2 L to Rs 5 L

    Amritsar : BJP leader Arun Jaitley on Sunday made a case for raising the Income Tax exemption limit from Rs two lakh to Rs five lakh, which he claimed will benefit thirty million people.